Keith Urban, 48, continues to prove why he’s one of the biggest names in country music. He joined rock legend John Mellencamp, 64, onstage at the CMA’s with an amazing version of John’s 1984 hit “Little Pink Houses. Then John turned the stage over to Keith to perform his number one hit “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16.” The “John Cougar” Keith is referring to is John’s original stage name from back in the 1980s, when he came out with hits like “Hurts So Good.”
Yeehaw! Taylor Swift, 25, showed that despite conquering the pop world, she hasn’t forgotten where she started and where she came from after an awesome country duet with Keith Urban, 47, at her Oct. 2 concert in Toronto, Canada. And, thankfully, there’s video for you to relive the performance!
Say it ain’t so! Keith Urban, 47, and Nicole Kidman, 48, have dodged split rumors before, but a new report claims the Australian actress may finally have been pushed over the edge after Keith allegedly spent time alone in his tour bus with his tour mate, Kelsea Ballerini, 21.
The 2015 CMT Music Awards drew a diverse set of celebrities to the Nashville, Tennessee, held show on June 10. Actress Nicole Kidman walked the red carpet with husband (and CMT nominee and performer) Keith Urban, proving that sometimes less is more. Nicole paired soft waves with a muted berry lip and the subtlest bit of shimmering eyeshadow for an understated beauty look.
It wouldn’t be a proper night of country music celebration without Keith Urban, 47! The American Idol judge totally killed it on stage during his performance in Nashville, Tennessee at the CMT Awards on June 10. His brand new single is so good that it just may turn into the official summer anthem of 2015 — don’t you agree?! We have the lowdown on Keith’s super sexy CMT Awards performance below!
This is almost too much to handle. On the May 13 finale of American Idol, all eyes were on contestants Clark Beckham and Nick Fradiani, but hey, the judges need a little love too! Which is why, during the two-hour episode, Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr. all took to the stage to perform a little ditty together. Admit it, you’re gonna miss these guys!
On the Feb. 25 episode of American Idol, the first live episode of the season, the top 12 boys sang for their lives. There were a few great performances, as well as some definite clunkers. Yet, no matter how it went for a given contestant on stage, the judges– consisting of Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban— seemed to say pretty much the same thing. So, what gives?